T : 01892 852544 
E: martin@wealdenjoinery.com 
Est. 1994 

ABOUT US 

Our Story 

 
Wealden Joinery was started in 1994 in the pretty village of Mayfield by Martin Foy, the Managing Director. 
 
When the opportunity arose to move to larger premises near Rotherfield Martin was able to expand the business and take on more joiners. Over the years the Wealden Joinery brand has built a well-earned reputation amongst architects, developers and aspirational home owners for bespoke timber window products of outstanding quality, all proudly made in Great Britain. 
 
Having worked on hundreds of doors and windows, Martin brings this wealth of experience to help clients make decisions on all the fine details from the style of the window and door, to the glass, ironmongery and paint finish. Customers also benefit from Martin’s individual attention to their joinery, as he sees projects through from initial meetings and measuring to final installation. 
 

The Team 

Martin Foy Managing Director 

Biography 
 
Owner and Joiner - Wealden Joinery Ltd (1994-present) 
 
Joiner - Phase One Joinery ( 1991-94) 
 
Apprentice - Hemsley Builders Ltd (1987-1991) 
 

Andy Blackman Bench Joiner 

Dan Francis Bench Joiner 

Luke Dibble Bench Joiner 

Josh Seymour  Bench Joiner 

Alan Brown  Finisher 

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Kelly Gaynor Administrator 

David Easton Spraying and Deliveries 

 
 

Our Vision Statement 

 
Wealden Joinery : The joinery company of choice producing innovative, quality products with exceptional customer service delivered on time, to budget every time. 
 

Mission 

Deliver what we say we will 
Communicate well 
Build long term relationships internally and externally 
Monitor performance and continually improve 
Re-invest in our people and our equipment to provide the best service to our clients 
 

Environmental Policy 

Wealden Joinery uses timber suppliers with FSC certification and local timber from the High Weald. 
 
Accoya window frames are now classified as Carbon Negative over their full life cycle. 
 
All waste from the joinery is recycled. Offcuts are used for wood burners and shavings for horses. In 2015 we put solar energy panels on the roof and now create enough electricity to cover our needs. 
 

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